Welcoming comments by Jarrod Millman & Gael Varoquaux made at the start of the 2nd day of the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Ondrej Certik, University of Nevada, Reno. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talks 5-8 of the "lightening talks" (very brief talks) given at the SciPy 2009 conference. Speakers and topics are: 5. James Turner, Astrodata - data reduction software for astronomy 6. Peter Wang of Enthought. Chaco Mayav bridge. 7. ? of Enthought. Analyzing investment options. 8. Luke Peterson, UC Davis. PyDy - derive equations of motions for mechanical systems. Google summer of code. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at...

Talks 1-4 of the "lightening talks" (very brief talks) given at the SciPy 2009 conference. Speakers and topics are: 1. Olaf Lenz - Parallel Method Invocation (PMI) 2. John Wright - Software technologies used in EU "Total Crystallography" project. 3. Michael Ressler, "Python in the JWST/MIRI Project" 4. Daren Dale, Quantities: support for units and physical constants based on numpy. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August...

Fifth advanced tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Marcin Cieslik, University of Virginia. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Brian D'Urso, University of Pittsburgh. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Andrew Friedley, Indiana University. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Adrian Townsend, University of Washington. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Nikunj Patel, University of Maryland. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Panel discussion on Python and Parallel computing with Michael Aivazis, Brian Granger, Nicolas Pinto, moderator: GaĆ«l Varoquaux. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Conference welcoming message (Jarrod Millman & Gael Varoquaux). Given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Forth introductory tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topic is exception handling. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial about "advanced iterators" at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Fourth advanced tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Sixth advanced tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topic is "Cython" Presented by Dag Sverre Seljebotn.

Stefan van der Walt presents a tutorial about numpy at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org/

Advanced tutorial presented by Prabhu Ramachandran at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Closing comments about the conference by conference organizers Jarrod Millman & Gael Varoquaux. Given at the end of the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Sixth introductory tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topics is the Python standard Library. Presented by Christopher Burns of UC Berkeley. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Fifth introductory tutorial at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topics is Python IO (input / output). Presented by Christopher Burns of UC Berkeley. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Third tutorial on day 1 of the introductory tutorials at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topic is Python functions. Presented by Christopher Burns of UC Berkeley. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Update on the core projects (Charles Harrison, Fernando Perez, John Hunter, David Cournapeau). Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Brian Refsdal, Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Andrew Straw, Caltech. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Damian Eads, University of California. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Olaf Lenz, Max-Planck-Institute for polymer research, Mainz, Germany. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference (Scipy 2009) held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Presented by Michael Droettboom, Space Telescope Science Institute. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Presented by Perry Greenfield, Space Telescope Science Institute.

Advanced tutorial presented by Eric Jones of Enthought at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Advanced tutorial presented by Nicolas Pinto at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Second session of the introductory tutorials at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topics are Python coontrol flow and exercise using Wallis formula to calculate Pi. Presented by Christopher Burns of UC Berkeley. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial by John Hunter, developer of matplotlib. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. The first few minutes of the tutorial were not recorded due to technical difficulties. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Presented by Gael Varoquaux. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Tutorial given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Presented by Eric Jones of Enthought.

Tutorial given at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Presented by David Cournapeau. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Panel members are David Cournapeau, Pauli Virtanen, Gael Varoquaux, Stefan van der Waalt; moderator: Jarrod Millman. Presented at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Ariel Rokem, UC Berkeley. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Kurt Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Armando Sole, ESRF, France. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Kyle Mandli, University of Washington. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

First session of the introductory tutorials at the Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Topics are: why python is good for scientific programming, by Barry Greenfield, Space Sciences institute. Python programming tools, workflow and datatypes presented by Gael Varoquaux. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Panel discussion with John Hunter, Prabhu Ramachandran, Peter Wang. Moderator: Stefan van der Walt. Held at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Panel members are John Hunter, Eric Jones, Charles Harrison, Fernando Perez and Prabhu Ramachandran. Moderated by Jarrod Millman. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Dag Sverre Seljebotn, University of Oslo, Norway. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Piotr Zolnierczuk, Oak Ridge National Lab. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Prabhu Ramachandran, IIT Bombay, India. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Second keynote address. Given by Jonathan Guyer, NIST. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Brief presentation by Robert Kern? about stackOverflow (website for getting answers to technical questions), and by Nicolas Pinto about a script to make it easy to use Amazon EC2. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org

Talk by Joe Harrington, Univ. of Central Florida. Presented at Python for Scientific Computing Conference held August 18-23, 2009 at CalTech in Pasadena CA. Information about the conference is at: http://conference.scipy.org